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New Insights into Adipose Tissue Metabolic Function and Dysfunction 3.0

A special issue of International Journal of Molecular Sciences (ISSN 1422-0067). This special issue belongs to the section "Molecular Pathology, Diagnostics, and Therapeutics".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2024 | Viewed by 451

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Interests: pharmacology; natural products; oxidative stress; inflammatory disease; atherosclerosis; metabolic disease; neurodegenerative diseases; autophagy; proliferation and differentiation process
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Dear Colleagues,

Adipose tissue is widely known as an endocrine organ that can modulate systemic metabolism thanks to its effects on energy storage, adipokine production, and adaptive thermogenesis. This endocrine function is carried out in various organs, such as the liver, kidney, pancreas, and brain, and thus contributes to homeostatic regulation, energy balance, insulin sensitivity, and vascular–endothelial function.

The dysregulation of adipocyte differentiation, metabolism, and endocrine functions leads to adipose tissue dysfunction, which triggers the activation of molecular pathways involved in the physiopathology of overall metabolic diseases, such as obesity, inflammation, insulin resistance, and type 2 diabetes.

New therapeutic approaches targeting adipose tissue and its signaling molecules and heterogeneity could provide potential advances in understanding its pathophysiology and in treating several metabolic syndromes.

This Special Issue of the International Journal of Molecular Sciences entitled “New Insights into Adipose Tissue Metabolic Function and Dysfunction” aims to compile original research papers and/or relevant updates within the literature on new insights into the pathogenesis, molecular pathways, and beneficial effects of novel and safe treatments for metabolic diseases associated with adipose tissue dysfunction. In Volume II and Volume I, we have already published many excellent manuscripts and have high visibility and citations. We welcome you to read them and seek your contributions (comprehensive review or original article, etc.) to Volume III.

Dr. Federica Mannino
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • inflammation
  • browning
  • thermogenesis
  • adipogenesis
  • diabetes
  • adipokines
  • energy storage
  • insulin resistance
  • obesity
  • lipolysis

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